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Air Date: June 24th, 2015

Network: USA

Series Summary
A young programmer who suffers from an antisocial disorder connects with people by hacking them.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Suspense, Crime drama, Drama


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  • For all its cynicism about the elites who run the finances of the country, Mr. Robot is almost genially high-spirited: It excites you to keep following Elliot, Mr. Robot, and their improbable plan of revenge. Show More

  • With just two episodes made available for review, it’s difficult to say yet whether or not Mr. Robot will be able to produce a second season as wild and seductive as the first. But the show remains an artfully constructed receptacle for our cyber-paranoia, whether directed at the government, or capitalism, or technology, or most pressingly, one’s ability to betray oneself, with hallucinations or selective memory or--worst of all--a self-serving notion of the right thing to do. Show More

  • When the show focuses on that best version of itself, it feels brilliant and paranoid and, above all, prescient. Show More

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